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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 97 (search)
Thomas Stewart, aged ninety-two years, of East-Newton, Ohio, was a private in the One Hundred and First Ohio regiment, and took part in the battle of Perryville, where he was complimented for his bravery and soldierly bearing. He has four sons, two grandsons, and three sons-in-law at present in the army. He was born in 1770, at Litchfield, Ct., where his father now resides, aged one hundred and twenty-two years.
The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Maryland Legislature. (search)
Grand Jury presentments, --The Henrico County Grand Jury yesterday indicted Saml. Hartman, Thomas Fowie, George Menydar, John Gleason, Val. Hechler, Sr., Val. Hechler, Jr., Geo. Hechler, Christian Waggoner, Jno. Lieberger, Samuel Taylor, and Frederick Skideever, for misdemeanors. The Grand Jury made presentments against Spotswood Ford, for permitting unlawful gaming at his house; Thomas Stewart and Nancy Stewart, for permitting an unlawful assembly of negroes at their house; Henry Neurohr, (two cases,) for permitting unlawful gaming at his house and ordinary; three cases against W. J. Jennings, for the same offence; Richard T. Hundler, for permitting a slave under his control to go at large. Garland Hanes, Sr., Massena Beazley, Albert A. Morris, and Charles Bruce were presented for not keeping in good order the roads over which they had been appointed surveyors.